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    lga 2011 roadmap, the future?

    I have been thinking about this lately, it would be good to know in what is coming, not many knows, i know..

    What will be the next cpu gen, release to fit this socket?


    Or is the focus on the Rampage V? (2011), with even greater speeds..
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    Ivy Bridge-E will be LGA2011

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    Yes, i have heard about ivy bridge-E

    But there has been many speculations regarding that..

    And the Haswell thing..

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    Ive Bridge-E is going to be LGA 2011 for sure. Haswell on the other hand is LGA 1150 and since Intel is moving to a new socket I'm willing to bet they'll move to another socket as well for the higher end chips that will follow which signals the EOL for the RIVE.

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    we have to wait and see what intel has going 4 us, in the future..

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    Imho it's not worth it to upgrade. Have you seen any details about a RVE? I haven't seen anything around so I could guess that they'll save RVE for the next enthusiast socket (after Haswell).

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    Thanks..

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    3960K looks great as last upgrade till new enthusiast platform

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